Cookies & Muesli Bars
Processing Healthy Cookies & Muesli Bars
Technology 1.60 - Implement basic procedures to process a specified product.
Exemplars showing how others have tackled it.
Research, finding the best way to make your outcome.
Here are some basic recipes to get you started. Experiment with making your outcome a few times, trying out changes you would like to make. Write down your recipe each time until you are happy with it.
Name your recipes:
[Your outcome name] recipe version 1
[Your outcome name] recipe version 2...
Paste each version of your recipe into your portolio, with photos of the results, and comments about how the cheesecake turned out. 📗
Making food that's safe for people to eat.
Test Your Food Safety Know-How
Watch this Jamie Oliver clip "What NOT to do in the kitchen".
Write down as many food safety errors as you think of (I got 21).
Now watch the other 2 clips, then revisit your list and see if you get more.
(Hint: 2 errors to do with a knife, 5+ errors to do with personal hygiene habits, 1 error to do with kitchen attire, 2 errors to do with safety, 7+ errors to do with contamination, a few other errors...)
Making Your Food Safe
Here is a template about food safety. There are different aspects:
Kitchen Clothing - clean kitchen clothing, footwear, apron...
Personal Hygiene - washing hands, not touching face...
Health & Safety - oven gloves to prevent burns...
Food Safety - covering food to prevent contamination...
Fill in this sheet.
Checking the final outcome ticks all the boxes.
Your Outcome Specifications
Your final outcome will be measured against each of these specifications. It must meet all of these to pass the assessment.
Write down how you think your final outcome meets each specification in the "student judgement" column.
Insert photos of your finished outcome.
QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN
Tests to ensure it will be great jam.
Testing testing testing... some examples of different kinds of tests you can do...
temperature (use a laser or probe thermometer)
colour (use colour charts)
viscosity (use a timed funnel and scale, or “upside-down test” or time it sliding off a spoon)
sensory testing (taste, texture, sweetness, flavour)
Make a list of the tests you will do, at which points in your processing, what the desired outcome is, and what corrective action you will take if the test shows something is not right.
YOUR COMPLETED ASSESSMENT
What you need to hand in.
Once you have completed your cheesecake project, hand in to your teacher:
Your final outcome
Your Google Drive, which must include:
Your final recipe(s)
Your completed outcome food safety plan
Your completed outcome tests list
Your completed outcome quality assurance plan
Your final outcome specifications (including photos, evidence etc)